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Knights of Malta - Primo trattato del commun tesoro dell'ordine militare de Sant' Giovanni Battista Gerosolomitano, appellato inappresso di Rodi hoggidi detto di Malta. Opera prima de questa materia del Venerando Prior Caravita. Tomo V

  • MS034
  • Pièce
  • 1719

Translation of title: The First Treaty of the Sacred Treasury of the Military Order of Saint John the Baptist of Jerusalem, hereafter named of Rhodes, today named of Malta. The first work on this matter of the Reverend Prior Caravita. 5th volume.

Mary Jane Arbuthnot Keane manuscript

  • MS036
  • Collection
  • 1832-1868

Collection contains the following items:
Poems, anecdotes, and jokes collected by Mary Jane Arbuthnot Keane, 124 p. manuscript;
Abbotsford the Seat of Sir Walter Scott by W. H. Lizars, an engraving;
The White Rock as in 1833 by E. M. L., a drawing in pencil on gray paper;
Town and Mountains / by E. M. L., a drawing in pencil; and,
Asian gentleman, ship, flora and fauna, a series of watercolours.

Keane, Mary Jane Arbuthnot

Qur'an manuscript

  • MS039
  • Pièce
  • before 1800?

Manuscript also contains a prayer not from the Qur'an. Illumination in floral pattern.

Musical scores and poem

  • MS078
  • Pièce
  • [17--/18--?]

Bacio l'arco e lo strade, e bacio il rodo. -- Poem. -- 1 p.
Andante/Mozart. -- 3 p.
Hillsberg's dance. -- 2 p.
Of a noble race was Shenkin. -- 2 p.
Meyer. -- 2 p.
Zemira & Azore. -- 2 p.
Minuetto. Krumpoltz. -- 1 p.
Vive les fillets. -- 1 p.
Rondeau allegretto. Cardon Filtz. -- 2 p.
Mineur. -- 2 p.
La cosaque d'iphigenie. -- 2 p.
Rondo de M. Hinner. -- 2 p.
Rondo. -- 2 p.
Whither My Love / de Sig. Paesiello. -- 2 p.
Entracte de la bataille d'ivry. -- 3 p.
Paesiello's grand march. La lorcantha. -- 1 p.
Romance andante. -- 1 p.
Codiad yr Hedydd. Welsh air. -- 4 p.
Elegiac. Monfa rhuddlan. Welsh air. -- 4 p.
Mynadid câdpeu morgan. -- 1 p.

Elizabeth Mary Copley manuscript

  • MS081
  • Pièce
  • 1814-1817

Elizabeth Mary Copley was given a blank bound manuscript in 1814. In this book she copied out selected pieces from different authors in various languages. She titled the work "Miscellanies" There are 65 pages in the manuscript.

Copley, Elizabeth Mary

Church of Christ (Toronto, Ont.)

  • MS083
  • Pièce
  • 1904-08-31

The manuscript lists what appear to be the previous homes of the congregation: Broadway Hall, Brunswick Avenue, and now Bathurst Sreet in Toronto and then a summary of the program for the 28th of August 1904. Following this, it seems that all the congregants signed the book. Loose in the manuscript is a printed list of names and a published picture of the church exterior. Many of the names in the book correspond to the printed list.

Church of Christ (Toronto, Ont.)

Traité sur les fabriques

  • MS084
  • Pièce
  • after 1802

The text of the manuscript gives M. le Juge Panet's decision about the right of the parish priest and the church wardens of St. Croix to control the disposition of church pews. The judge is possibly Philippe Panet (1791-1855), appointed judge of the Court of the King's Bench for the district of Quebec in 1832, suspended 1838-1840, and returned to the bench, 1840-1855. Pasted inside the front cover is a news clipping about the case.

Réamur collection

  • MS091
  • Collection
  • 1859-1861

The collection consists of letters and documents concerning several voyages made by the Réamur. There is correspondence from La compaignie générale maritime, Le gouvernment des establissement français dans l'Inde (India), and La Ministère de l'Algérie (Algeria) et des colonies. Recipients include Monsieur de Challié, capitaine de vaipeau, president de la commission supérieure d'immigration. The collection also contains two swatches of jute, perhaps woven by artisans in Pondicherry

France. Ministère de l'Algérie et des Colonies

Musical compositions for keyboard and voice

  • MS097
  • Pièce
  • 1880

The vocal works include excerpts from "The Prize", "The Mountaineers", and "The Cherokee". Singers include Mrs. Storace, Mrs. Bland and Mrs. Banister. Keyboard pieces include works by Haydn, Giordani, Pleyel and Mazzinghi.

Written on the front inside cover: From Earlsoham.

Commonplace book

  • MS062
  • Pièce
  • 18--

The first half of the book centers on the theme of death, including obituaries, mathematical predictions of life expectancy, and related items copied from newspapers. The latter half expands to include poetry, epigrams, and other material.

Psalms and hymns

  • MS102
  • Pièce
  • ca. 1800

Musical scores.

W.G. Meredith journal, 1829-30

  • MS067
  • Pièce
  • 1829-1830

This journal covers the period 5 June 1829 to 9 March 1830. It contains descriptions of the author's attendance at concerts, operas, and lectures at the Royal Institution, as well as his first viewing of a steam carriage, and reflections on his reading. The manuscript is bound and 80 pages in length.

Meredith, William George

Collectanea ex Rot. Pat. Reg. R2 in Arce Londonensi

  • MS124
  • Pièce
  • 1683 or later

Translated title: Collected from the Patent Rolls of King Richard II in the Tower of London. Late 17th century manuscript. The manuscript contains information copied out of the Chancery Patent Rolls which were recorded during the reign of Richard II (1377-1399). The entries are summaries, written in Latin, of those contained in the Rolls and are a selective collection of the material. The county associated with each entry has been noted in the margin throughout and occasionally references “m.#” possibly to the Membrane it was from or as a reference to a different record.

Physical description: Folio. Binding is from the 18th century, full-leather, calf, which has been blind tooled with a Cambridge panel. The spine was later re-backed in sheep skin in the 19th century, likely February 1860, when the manuscript was sent for repairs by Bellamy Burton (repair slip has been sewn in between pp.8-9).

The manuscript is written on laid paper with a couple of different watermarks, see pp. 57 and 211.

Included with the manuscript is pp.181-182 of The Graphic, from 3 August 1912.

Qing Dynasty scroll

  • MS140
  • Pièce
  • 1869

The handscroll is an Imperial mandate from the Tongzhi Emperor ( 1856-1875) to the parents of Lu Chuan-Lin (1836-1910), an officer of the court and a Jinshi who passed the highest Imperial examinations. The text which is in Mandarin and Manchu, is written in ink and gold paint upon contiguous panels of blue, fuchsia, gold, cream and purple silk, backed onto sections of laid paper. The edict proclaims a promotion given to a Manchu official. The emperor praises the distinguished service of Lu Chuan-Lin. The scroll is wound around two cedar dowels at both ends, and is tied with multicoloured flat silk ribbon. The scroll is housed in an acid-free box.

1766 Madrid riots and Instruction Against the Jesuits

  • MS112
  • Pièce
  • 1760-1766

Indice. Tumulto de Madrid del anno 1766 .... Instruccion a Principes an malos Jesuitas.

Spanish and Portuguese manuscript bound in vellum. Notation on spine almost illegible but appears to read "PAPEL NARROS". 342 unnumbered pages. The first approx. half of the ms. is in Spanish. It concerns the 1766 riots in Madrid and consists of sections in various hands. The second section, ("Instruccaõ a Principes, sobre a Politica dos Padres Jesuittas") a translation from Italian into Portuguese, consists of instructions to rulers against the Jesuits, apparently in a single hand, dated Lisbon, 1760. The manuscript is in fragile condition: some leaves have become detached from the spine.

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